LeAnn Rimes Flipped The Switch For 'Opry Goes Pink'
October 23, 2013 at 7:14 AM (PT)
The 5th annual "OPRY GOES PINK" returned to the GRAND OLE OPRY last NIGHT (10/22) with performances by LORRIE MORGAN, PAM TILLIS and JEANNIE SEELY, as well as OPRY debuts of Christian artists MANDISA and NATALIE GRANT.
CURB NASHVILLE’s LEANN RIMES had the honor of flipping the switch on the OPRY’s signature backdrop, turning it pink as the artists performed in support of breast cancer awareness.
$5 from every ticket was donated to WOMEN ROCK FOR THE CURE, a NASHVILLE-based organization which builds awareness, provides outreach programs and creates events through the non-profit’s relationships and connections within the entertainment industry.
To learn more about WOMEN ROCK FOR THE CURE, visit www.WomenRockForTheCure.org.